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What makes contemporary art ‘contemporary’? Jessica Cerasi, Exhibitions Manager at London’s Carroll/Fletcher gallery, offers a guided tour of today’s art scene, challenging our understanding of artistic skill and demystifying the art market.

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Are you a contemporary art fanatic? Would you like to know more about galleries? Or maybe even start your own collection? Get the insider knowledge on the art world from BMW Global Head of Cultural Engagement Thomas Girst, and writer and founder of "Shazam for Art", Magnus Resch.

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Yuval Zommer, author and illustrator, will be sharing amazing facts about some beastly characters from his new book: lions, tigers, bears, hippos, hyenas and many, many more!

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Leading British archaeologist, writer and broadcaster Paul Bahn led the team which discovered the first British Ice Age cave art. This evening he introduces some of the world’s most important archaeological sites from spectacular complexes unearthed in deserts and jungles to fascinating artworks and artefacts that bring us closer to the fundamentally creative nature of humanity.

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Eric Ravilious, is recognised as one of the most important British artists of the 20th century. Part of a network of artists, friends and lovers influenced by Paul Nash, his watercolours and wood engravings capture an essential sense of place.

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While highly finished drawings and paintings frequently feature in histories of botanical art, the preparatory sketches, first impressions and creative thoughts on paper behind them are rarely seen and have often remained hidden and locked away.

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Join us at our first ever pop-up space at Circus West Village, in the iconic Battersea Power Station this September.

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Martin Gayford gives an illustrated talk about his book, 'A History of Pictures: From Cave to Computer Screen', co-authored with celebrated artist David Hockney at Chatsworth's Art Out Loud Festival.

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Join Michael Beirut, Senior Partner at Pentagram and author of 'How To...', for a talk about finding the right starting point in the design process.

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Get creative with the author and illustrator of 'Franklin's Flying Bookshop' at this workshop in Heffers, Cambridge.

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